Is George Yzaguirre Dead By Suicide? Murder Case Update

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George Yzaguirre, who was convicted of murder, recently died and it turns out he killed himself.

In October 2020, a Kent County court said George Yzaguirre was “obviously a monster” for killing two people, including his roommate, with 70 stab wounds.

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The horrific things Yzaguirre did are explored in a recent true crime TV show. About seven months after his life sentence, Yzaguirre committed suicide in prison. he was 37

Yzaguirre’s case will be covered on Sunday 3 July at 9pm on Investigation Discovery’s program Evil Lives Here. The episode can be watched online the same day it airs on Discovery+.

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George Yzaguirre

George Yzaguirre

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Did George Yzaguirre commit suicide?

George Yzaguirre, who was in prison for murdering two people and was serving a life sentence, appears to have killed himself on May 16, 2021.

Yzaguirre, 37, killed himself seven months after serving a life sentence for the 2019 murders of his roommate, 34-year-old David Isner Jr., and 63-year-old Ed Fuller.

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George said he killed his friend Ed Fuller and roommate David Isner by stabbing them 70 times each. Because Ed Fuller’s credit card was used by George after the murder, people thought Fuller’s death was related to burglary and drug use.

In November 2019, Yzaguirre and 34-year-old David Isner Jr. were living together in a duplex in Kentwood. They’ve known each other for a long time.

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Kentwood Police say Yzaguirre told them what Isner said to him upset him. So he waited until Isner went to bed before striking.

Obituary: Update on the George Yzaguirre murder case

George Yzauirre’s suicide was strange and shocked his family. But there is no information about the killer’s obituary.

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Police say David Isner and Ed Fuller were killed a day or two apart. On November 28, 2019, Isner was reportedly killed by his lifelong friend and roommate, George.

The convicted killer had already broken the law more than once. He had previously spent several nights in the Kent County jail for drug and alcohol problems.

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After the trial, Yzaguirre was found guilty of two counts of first-degree murder and criminal murder. The judge sentenced him to two consecutive life sentences without parole in 2020.

Before doing anything that would kill Isner, Yzaguirre waited for him to fall asleep. Then, in a fit of rage, he stabbed Isner over 70 times, killing him instantly.

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Insights into the family and wife of George Yzaguirre

At the moment, all information about Geroge Yzaguirre’s family, including his wife and children, is kept secret.

During his trial, Yzaguirre admitted to the murders and told police his wife had left him four weeks before the crime. At the time, he didn’t have a job and his marriage was in trouble.

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On December 2, 2019, David’s family reported him missing, so police went to the duplex to look for him. It was determined that there was a lot of blood in the unit.

The next morning, Yzaguirre went to a Home Depot to apologize for what he had done. He was friends with Fuller. He intended to rob Fuller, but when something went wrong, he killed the 63-year-old man.

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Yzaguirre told police he killed his friend Ed Fuller at his mobile home park in Pinegate Village. He also told police where his friend’s body was located.

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